Panoramic Wallpaper From Domestic

Panoramic Wallpaper From Domestic

Kristin Hohenadel
Sep 26, 2008

French company Domestic is never afraid to challenge conventional notions of taste or challenge traditional decorating comfort zones with their audacious artist-designed vinyl wall stickers and graphics. But their new collection of signed, limited edition panoramic wallpaper is full of crazy, scene-stealing motifs and designs from artists around the world. It's a collection aimed at revolutionizing the panoramic wallpapers of times past, with their penchant for tame and cheesily reassuring naturescapes. Check out the full designs -- including a map of the Upper West Side as imagined by an Australian artist -- after the jump...

This unapologetically high-spirited "Flower" wallpaper is by Tado (Sheffield-UK-based designers Mike and Katie). "From their tiny studio they work away very hard," the catalog copy at Domestic tells us, "pumping out demented characters and trying their best to make the world a happier place."

If that's too cheerful for you, what about "Car Wreck" from Studio Job:

Or a futuristic "Pastorale" landscape from Pascale Marie:

Or a surreal mountainscape from Finnish-born, Paris-based Kustaa Saksi:

Or why not just give it up and take a trip "Down the Rabbit Hole" from Lausanne-based +41:

And here's a map of the Upper West Side, brought to you by Australian artist and toy designer Jeremyville:

More thrillingly unbridled insanity at Domestic.

- Kristin Hohenadel blogging from Paris. She can be reached at kristin @ apartmenttherapy . com

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